Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Journal of Tourism History

Against the wind: the role of Belgian colonial tourism marketing in resisting pressure to decolonise from Africa
Andrew Wigley, vol. 7 (3): 193-209
Motion pictures: an analysis of the posters of Victorian Railways during the 1920s and 1930s
Colin Symes, vol. 7 (3): 210-227
Battle lines in the Hot Lakes District, New Zealand, c.1900: tourism development and the contested nature of place
Hamish Bremner, vol. 7 (3): 228-245
Sea bathing and seaside tourism in Portugal in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: an overview
Pedro Alexandre Guerreiro Martins, vol. 7 (3): 246-267
Dark tourism and crime
David Botterill, vol. 7 (3): 290-292
Blackpool's seaside heritage
Peter Borsay, vol. 7 (3): 292-294
A cosmopolitan journey? Difference, distinction and identity work in gap year travel; Lifestyle mobilities: intersections of travel, leisure and migration
Linda L. Mahood, vol. 7 (3): 294-296
Masters and students: Jesuit mission ethnography in seventeenth-century New France
Terence J. Fay, vol. 7 (3): 296-298
Seascapes: shaped by the sea: embodied narratives and fluid geographies
Tricia Cusack, vol. 7 (3): 298-301
Unspeakable awfulness: America through the eyes of European travelers, 1865–1900
Robin Jarvis, vol. 7 (3): 301-303
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Journal of Urban History

Health Care and Urban Revitalization: A Historical Overview
Day, J. N., vol. 42 (2): 247-258
The Hospital City in an Ethnic Enclave: Tufts-New England Medical Center, Bostons Chinatown, and the Urban Political Economy of Health Care
McKee, G. A., vol. 42 (2): 259-283
"The University that Ate Birmingham": The Healthcare Industry, Urban Development, and Neoliberalism
Conner, C. A., vol. 42 (2): 284-305
"We Will Gladly Join You in Partnership in Harrisburg or We Will See You in Court": The Growth of Large Not-for-Profits and Consequences of the "Eds and Meds" Renaissance in the New Pittsburgh
Simpson, A. T., vol. 42 (2): 306-322
Building the World That Kills Us: The Politics of Lead, Science, and Polluted Homes, 1970 to 2000
Rosner, D., Markowitz, G., vol. 42 (2): 323-345
"Bringing DNA into the Neighborhood" in San Francisco: A Personal Recollection
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 346-358
Conflict or Collaboration: Academic Medical Centers and Their Communities, A Commentary
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 359-362
Reimagining a Community: Worker Protest and Illicit Artisans in Early Seventeenth-Century Norwich
McClendon, M. C., vol. 42 (2): 363-376
The City and Imperial Propaganda: A Comparative Study of Empire Day in England, Australia, and New Zealand c. 1903-1914
Beaven, B., Griffiths, J., vol. 42 (2): 377-395
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